Glad for some evidence the Pope is among us.
A Joyous, Blessed, and Holy Eastertide to you all!
My fervent prayers and good wishes to all readers in this sacred time. I will be nearly non-blogging this weekend.
Yes, portentous times. One can feel the wrath of God boiling over. Seek His mercy while He may be found.
Oremus pro invicem!
After a mini-resurgence of regular blogging in the first few months of this so-far annus horibilis, you may have noticed a mini-dearth of posting in the last few weeks. Why? My motivation is still there, but after the nuclear war talk paused among the Ukraine media cheerleaders, and as it seems Russia is slowly but surely drawing the noose over the Azov battalion, there has been an absolute dearth of news.
By dearth of news, I stress dearth of news you don’t already know. I mean, yes, scads of professional athletes, young people and early middle-aged people are dropping dead of the clot shot. You knew that. Yes, they will bring back the coof restrictions as long as sheeple let them. You knew that. Yes, the Chinese communists have zero respect for human life. You knew that.
And yes, Bergoglio sure does everything in his power to destroy the Church. You knew that, too.
Today, news from Lifesite that he has removed the chaplain of the traditional Carmelite community he is trying to destroy in Pennsylvania. Yep, accompanying them all the way to an inability to receive the Sacraments. This order has said they will resist this unjust and illegitimate crackdown. Good for them.
May their chaplains stick with them, and may faithful Catholics support them. May God protect their vocations, their charism, and their souls.
Perhaps when Mary’s Immaculate Heart triumphs the Pope will finally break his long silence. Until then, pray for him.
Are you in a penitential mood yet?
Happy Passion Sunday from Psalm 128– may we all finish our Lent well.